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I am notorious when it comes to losing or breaking sunglasses. It seems that I am in need of a new pair every other month. Each time I try on a plethora of pairs. I like to change up the styles that I wear. Different lenses alter your view of things when you look through them. Sometimes it helps to bring...

In discussing Syria with my American peers, I cannot help but notice that both sides of the issue, though coming from antithetical points of view, agree...

There’s no better way to start the day than a delicious stack of pancakes from Big Bad Breakfast. For most people in Oxford, this is just an average...

The oft-repeated phrase “political correctness” has become the death knell for meaningful debate within American society. The P.C. madness sweeping...

On Saturday, August 31, President Obama requested congressional approval for a limited strike on Syria in response to an alleged chemical attack carried...

While filling out my degree application recently, a few things jumped out at me as I looked at it more closely. The first thing I noticed was the number...

FRIDAY: OLE MISS 1, NO. 13 USC 1 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Rafaelle Souza scored the only goal of the match, but a big defensive performance by the Rebels...

During my first three years at Ole Miss, I never saw what I saw on Saturday in the Grove. I saw a tent that had people from different racial, social and...

Twerking was recently added to the Oxford Dictionary (R.I.P. English): “to dance to popular music in a sexually provocative manner involving thrusting...

President Obama’s proposed U.S. military intervention in Syria, based off of Bashar al-Assad’s usage of chemical weapons, would be equivalent to meekly swatting a hornet’s nest then climbing the tree in which it hangs. This comes as no surprise, as lately the president has been so busy trying to land on the right side of diplomatic history that he has done nothing...